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Grateful Dead Live at Buckeye Lake Music Center on 1988-06-25




Set 1

Feel Like A Stranger-> Franklin's Tower, Box Of Rain, Sugaree*, Memphis Blues*, West L.A. Fadeaway, Cassidy, Deal

Set 2

Victim Or The Crime, Blow Away, Foolish Heart-> Terrapin Station, Drums-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat-> Throwing Stones-> E: Not Fade Away, E: Knockin' On Heaven's Door

*w/ Hornsby on accordian. Bruce Hornsby and the Range opened.


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Date June 25, 1988
Venue Buckeye Lake Music Center
Location Hebron, OH

Source Sennheiser 421s> Sony D5> Sony D5> MAC
Lineage MAC> 1st Gen cassettes Maxell XLII (Set I) and Maxell XLII-S (Set II) > Nakamichi Dragon> Lunatec V3(@24/88.2)> Apogee Rosetta 200(pass through only)> WaveLab 6.10> .wav @ 24/88.2> iZotope Ozone 3 (resample only)> .wav @16/44.1> CD Wave Editor> Trader's Little Helper> flac16(level eight)
Taped by Lucien Zaleski and Andrew Kolodjeski
Transferred by Alex Ford


Notes

Notes:

- shnid 8478 used to patch tape flips and encore pause.
- thank you to Mike Kutik for his assist on this one :)

Reviews

Reviewer: BIG_R - - June 27, 2012
Subject: 6-25-88
Excellent sound quality! Very well played show too. IMO
Reviewer: DaneBramage - - June 26, 2012
Subject: A Hot One!
Nice recording of this show. You can almost envision little hair dryers blowing the sound around, swirling over the sweltering crowd. Other than a fabulous Box of Rain (wishful thinking by Phil), a killer Cassidy, a Terrapin that had numerous "fake" endings and a Not Fade Away that the band tried to end several times (the crowd kept on singing...), I don't remember a thing! Oh, everybody started "mooing" as we were herded back into the parking grounds. Got Dead?
Reviewer: raoman - - May 21, 2012
Subject: Bruce's First Appearence
I was in attendance...It was certainly hot...The five stars are mostly made in the first set with a solidly played yet lacking on quality song choice second set. Feel Like a Franklin's, a nice mid set Box of Rain and Bruce were the Highlights...It was a "long, long crazy summer afternoon..." Enjoy!!!!
Reviewer: vet420 - - October 28, 2011
Subject: HOT
June 25, 1988 is a date that is permanently burned into my mind. This was my first show and it was also the hottest day in Ohio's history. It was 105 that day. The temperature might have dropped to the low 90's by showtime. Despite the oppressive heat, I had a great time.
Reviewer: East Coast Dave in WA - - July 1, 2010
Subject: Better as a "stand alone"
I think this show was pretty strong, as I listen to it today. The problem at the time was, the second set had too many repeats not to be a disappointment, if you happened to have attended the Alpine run before (as I had). I remember thinking the first set was the best of the tour so far (I had missed MN). Then being tremendously let down by the second set. All repeat performances from the Alpine run (the third Foolish Heart), the Terrapin>Drums>Space>Other One>Wharf Rat was a song for song repeat of a medley they'd played in a single show at alpine (night 2, I think), and Throwin'>NFA was also a "medley repeat" from Alpine, as well.
When I hear it now, though, I think the second set passes the energy test. If you don't like the "Built to Last" songs, well, this show won't change your mind, and these songs ended up being more developed as jam vehicles later on (although I prefer the early Foolish Hearts over later ones), but none of these versions are weak. I still think the first set really makes the show, however. Lackluster my arse! A great Deal, Hornsby adds to the songs he guests on in a very good way, lots of nice Jamming. I'd call the first set a must have, get the second set if you don't mind a front-load of "Built to Last" material. The second set song list may have been unimaginative and stale to tour-heads (as it ws to me at the time), but the fact is they deliver good to great versions of all the songs played. An underrated show.
Reviewer: Albix - - May 11, 2010
Subject: Upgrade
After many years, here is a solid sounding source. Lackluster? Not true, go back and listen to Set I. Hornsby playing on Sugaree and Memphis Blues is sweet! The Victim and Knockin' On Heaven's Door are nice as well. Although it's not a great show, this one can't be written off that easily. Thanks to the TAPERS!
Reviewer: six_up_swinger - - May 10, 2010
Subject: Buckeye Lake
After a great run at Alpine the boys showed up to Buckeye. Not a great venue by any means and kind of a lackluster show filled with the "new songs".
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